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November 28, 2013

34 fugitives nabbed in weeklong Safe Streets warrant sweep

CUMBERLAND — Thirty-four fugitives were taken off the streets in last week’s arrest warrant initiative conducted by the Cumberland Police Department’s Safe Streets Program.

Safe Streets Director David Goad said, “Our  goal continues to be making our streets safer through the reduction of backlogged arrest warrants. The Safe Streets Operation sought citizen help in locating and apprehending individuals on open arrest warrants.”

Officers served 47 warrants with 34 individuals arrested.

“This was another successful operation conducted with officers from the Cumberland City Police Department and deputies from the Allegany County Sheriff’s Department, together with the warrant fugitive officers, who combined their resources to reduce the number of active arrest warrants in Allegany County,” said Goad.

Warrants served:

Nov. 18

• Ryan Carson O’Toole, 36, Cumberland, failure to appear for child support, held without bond.

• Christopher Lee Shriver, 36, Frostburg, distribution of oxycodone, held without bond.

• Breann Carol Haines, 21, Flintstone, three failure to appear warrants for burglary and theft, held without bond.

• Danyel Marie Morris, 29, Cumberland, violation of probation, $415 bond.

• Wesley Scott McIntyre, 49, Cumberland, possession of controlled dangerous substance, released on personal recognizance.

• Tina Marie Vansickle, 47, Cumberland, manufacturing marijuana, released on personal recognizance.

• Nathan Tyrone Shell, 31, Cumberland, violation of probation, $2,500 bond.

• Megan Lynn Pawliske, 28, Cumberland, harassment, released on personal recognizance.

Nov. 19

• Brian Bruce Hutzler, 43, Cumberland, violation of probation, held without bond.

• Judy Jean Saslaw, 55, Cumberland, theft warrant issued in Salisbury, released on personal recognizance.

• Bradley Thomas Sipes, 40, Berkeley Springs, W.Va., failure to appear for theft, held on $12,500 bond.

• Dixie Lee Grimm, 56, Keyser, W.Va., two failure to appear for theft, $10,000 bond.

• Angel Marie Sarver, 25, Frostburg, failure to appear for theft, $2,500 bond.

• Stephenie Renee Cadwallader, 21, Cumberland, violation of probation, $157.50 bond.

• Dennis Wayne Sponaugle, 34, Martinsburg, W.Va., violation of probation, $10,000 bond.

• Jack Allen Pifer Jr., 55, Cumberland, circuit court warrant, held without bond.

Nov. 20

• Clayton Joseph Nair, 38, Cumberland, burglary, $20,000 bond.

• Cody Michael Fisher, 29, Cumberland, failure to pay suspension fine, $315 bond.

• Candice Marie Finzel, 24, Frostburg, distribution of oxycodone, $5,000 bond.

• Sheila Ann Trenton, 48, Petersburg, W.Va., violation of probation, $1,000 bond.

• Paige Tresa Shingler, 21, Cumberland, prescription fraud and failure to appear for disorderly conduct, $40,000 bond.

• Carl Spates Stallings Sr., 52, Cumberland, failure to appear for child support, held without bond.

• Mark Douglas Smith, 44, Cumberland, failure to appear for CDS violations and violation of probation, held without bond.       

Nov. 21

• Nicholas Craig Moreland, 22, Cumberland, failure to appear for theft, released on personal recognizance.

• Ahkean Altarik Curry, 36, Newark, N.J. — fugitive from justice for unlawful possession of a handgun in the state of New Jersey, held without bond.

• Dillon Frank Smith, 21, Frostburg — failure to appear for driving without a license, released on personal recognizance.

• Krystal Ann Canfield, 25, Cumberland — violation of probation, held without bond.

Nov. 22

• Marlon Matthew-Khan Hawkins, 23, Cumberland — indictment for second-degree rape, held without bond.

• Ronald Wayne Lewis, 55, Westernport — CDS violation, $6,500 bond.

• Wayne Eugene King, 41, Cumberland — violation of probation, $10,000 bond.

• James Beatly Dowden, 24, Cumberland — failure to appear for driving while suspended charge, $7,500 bond.

• Jessie Dakota Haines, 19, McCoole — theft, $6,000 bond.

• Andre Durell Walton, 60, New York City, N.Y. — fugitive from justice for forgery charges in the state of New York, held without bond.

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